Learn more about pricing for payments through Japanese convenience stores on adyen.com.
In Japan, 17% of payments for goods are paid at convenience stores or konbini in Japanese. This means that offering cash payments at convenience stores as a payment method will help you widen your reach in the local market.
Through our partner econtext, you can accept payments made through the following convenience stores across Japan:
- Mini Stop
- Family Mart
- 7-Eleven: Local entity is required.
econtext does not require a direct contract; with the exception of 7-Eleven, all convenience stores do not require a local entity.
How to pay at convenience stores
After shoppers select to pay through 7-Eleven or other Japanese convenience stores on your website or mobile app:
- Shoppers are prompted to provide their full name, telephone number, and email address.
- Shoppers are presented with a voucher that contains a payment reference. The voucher is also sent to the shopper's email (except for 7-Eleven).
- Shoppers can then go to a Konbini to proceed with the payment. They need to provide the reference number and the phone number to get a voucher ticket.
- Shoppers present the voucher ticket to the cashier, and pays in cash.
- Shopper receives a receipt as proof of payment.
By default, the offer stays open up to 7 days. This means shoppers can complete their payment up to 7 days after the voucher was generated. If you want to change the offer expiry, contact contact our Support Team.
|Payment type||Payment flow||Countries||Currencies||Recurring||Refunds||Chargebacks|
|Cash and ATM payment method||Voucher||JP||JPY|